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Continuity of Operations: Selected Agencies Could Improve Planning for Use of Alternate Facilities and Telework During Disruptions
Linda D. Koontz (au)
To ensure that essential govít. services are available in emergencies, fed. agencies are required to develop continuity of operations plans (COOP). FEMA is responsible for overseeing & assessing the status of COOP capabilities of fed. exec. branch agencies. It has developed guidance stating that agency COOP plans must designate alternate facilities & prepare personnel for unannounced relocation to these facilities. The guidance also states that agencies should consider the use of telework in their continuity plans. This report determines, among other things, to what extent: (1) 6 selected agencies prepared their alternate facilities; & (2) 23 major agencies made preparations necessary to effectively use telework in emergency situations. Tables.
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